Friday, July 19, 2013

The Golden Gate Bridge as seen from the Marin Headlands

Some posts that require little work get a lot of traffic; others that are really time-consuming to put together don't attract many readers. The photo essay "California in Novemberis one of the latter, so I'm bringing a few select shots back for an encore. (*Remember to click on/enlarge each image to get a better sense of that moment's majesty). 

We open with a fog-shrouded Golden Gate Bridge as seen from the Marin Headlands, above. In the middle of the frame on the left is Alcatraz. In the distance is the Bay Bridge. 

    Next up is the Golden Gate Bridge set against the San Francisco cityscape.

Here's the city, the bridge, and the Headlands in a single glance. 

Later in the day I got a leaf's eye view in a different locale.

     On the cutting room floor 
          were photos of this sidewalk,      

this cable in the trees,

and the eye of the sun.

Other "Truth and Beauty" photo essays:

"Gone but not Forgotten" is a tribute to a friend who left this world all too soon 

"Random San Francisco" has 46 photos which range from 
ornate architecture to street scenes to vistas to murals

"A Sunny* Monday in San Francisco" is a day tour of the city, 
from Mission Street to the Pacific Ocean

"Vintage Cars" is an evening tour of old automobiles 

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful views of your great city, Dan. I'm looking forward to a speedy return!